Thursday, 22 March 2012


I now realized the definition of the word “Sorry”.

Sorry is not a matter. Yeah, it can't be a matter. How can sorry be a matter when it has no shape, no form, doesn't occupy any space, colorless, weightless... ...... So on and so forth.

Somebody must be thinking, “Sorry is a medicine". Do you think so? I don't think so. How can it be medicine when it treats nothing & cures nothing??? Sorry is the subjects of mind & ears, its not an object of eyes.
Sorry would rather remain as scar in ones heart.

"Sorry" is a word that brings warmth to our heart but it also depends on how it is being said.

Lies will flow from my lips, but there may perhaps be some truth mixed up with them. It is for you to seek out this truth and to decide whether any part of it is worth keeping. If not, you will of course throw the whole of it into the waste paper basket and forget all about it.

Nobody is perfect, it means everybody makes mistakes. But two mistakes never make a right. Even the same tree doesn't bear same fruits, and the same fruit have different seeds. But we should like the things that need to be done. We should be the man of value besides success because we are not the children of ancient, we are not the product of something casual but children of good parents who has project of love in mind for us. Therefore our animal characters should delete from us.

When somebody throws a plum it is not that we should throw a peach. We should be humane not only human. Ill manners not only ruin our relationship but also cause bitterness and pain. We should have pleasure in accepting others in which the pain will be paid for with happiness. When you are good to others you are best to yourself. Your learning is useless to you till you have lost your textbooks, burnt your lecture notes and forgotten the minutiae which you learnt by heart for the examination. Confidence, like art, never comes with having all the answers; it comes from being open to the questions.

Sorry, therefore, we shouldn't make it a habit of saying. Once we are habituated of saying this, rather than convincing it may hurt others.

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